Titel: Cryptology and Network Security
4th International Conference, CANS 2005, Xiamen, China, December 14-16, 2005, Proceedings.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'. 'Security and Cryptology'.
Herausgegeben von Yvo G. Desmedt, Yongqing Li, Yi Mu
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
30. November 2005 - kartoniert - 368 Seiten
The 4th International Conference on Cryptology and Network Security (CANS 2005) was held in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China, December 14-16, 2005. The conference was sponsored by the Fujian Normal University and Fujian Digital Certi?cate Authority Co. Ltd and was organized in cooperation with the Int- national Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). The ?rst International Workshop on Cryptology and Network Security was in Taipei, Taiwan, 2001. The second one was in San Francisco, California, USA, September 26-28, 2002, and the third in Miami, Florida, USA, September 24-26, 2003. CANS 2005 was the ?rst CANS with proceedings published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series by Springer. The Program Committee received 118 submissions, and accepted 28 papers from which 1 withdrew and thus 27 papers were included in the proceedings. The reviewing process took eight weeks, each paper was carefully evaluated by at least three members from the Program Committee. We appreciate the hard work of the members of the ProgramCommittee and external referees who gave manyhoursoftheir valuabletime.Thanksto CarlEllison,GoceJakimoski,Bart Preneel, Yongge Wang, Christopher Wolf and Shouhuai Xu, who acted as the shepherds of 6 papers included in the proceedings. In addition to the contributed papers, there were two invited talks: Wenbo Mao spoke on "Research Issues in Network Security" - a practical viewpoint; and Matt Franklin on "Research Issues in Network Security" - a foundations viewpoint.
Cryptanalysis.- The Second-Preimage Attack on MD4.- On the Security of Certificateless Signature Schemes from Asiacrypt 2003.- On the Security of a Group Signcryption Scheme from Distributed Signcryption Scheme.- Cryptanalysis of Two Group Key Management Protocols for Secure Multicast.- Security Analysis of Password-Authenticated Key Agreement Protocols.- Intrusion Detection and Viruses.- An Immune-Based Model for Computer Virus Detection.- A New Model for Dynamic Intrusion Detection.- Self Debugging Mode for Patch-Independent Nullification of Unknown Remote Process Infection.- A New Unsupervised Anomaly Detection Framework for Detecting Network Attacks in Real-Time.- Authentication and Signature.- ID-Based Aggregate Signatures from Bilinear Pairings.- Efficient Identity-Based Signatures and Blind Signatures.- How to Authenticate Real Time Streams Using Improved Online/Offline Signatures.- New Authentication Scheme Based on a One-Way Hash Function and Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange.- Signcryption.- Two Proxy Signcryption Schemes from Bilinear Pairings.- Constructing Secure Warrant-Based Proxy Signcryption Schemes.- E-mail Security.- Design and Implementation of an Inline Certified E-mail Service.- Efficient Identity-Based Protocol for Fair Certified E-mail Delivery.- Cryptosystems.- Similar Keys of Multivariate Quadratic Public Key Cryptosystems.- A Note on Signed Binary Window Algorithm for Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems.- Constructions of Almost Resilient Functions.- Privacy and Tracing.- A Novel Method to Maintain Privacy in Mobile Agent Applications.- Non-expanding Transaction Specific Pseudonymization for IP Traffic Monitoring.- Information Hiding.- Revaluation of Error Correcting Coding in Watermarking Channel.- Firewalls, Denial of Service and DNS Security.- On the Performance and Analysis of DNS Security Extensions.- On Securing RTP-Based Streaming Content with Firewalls.- Safeguard Information Infrastructure Against DDoS Attacks: Experiments and Modeling.- Trust Management.- Distributed Credential Chain Discovery in Trust-Management with Parameterized Roles.